Sep 24, 2020|
JD.com Upgrades Cross-Border E-Commerce Cooperation with Manzhouli City
by Vivian Yang
JD.com and Manzhouli City will work together to build a cross-border e-commerce pilot zone in the city. The cooperation, signed on September 23rd, includes an import/export distribution center primarily serving the Russian market and also northeast Asia and eastern Europe. Additionally, the two sides will upgrade the construction of the intelligent e-commerce industrial zone in Manzhouli to serve as a benchmark for other parks located at China’s borders.
Stard Huang, president of the International Logistics Division of JD.com noted at the signing ceremony that “the cooperation agreement is upgraded at a critical moment that signifies the willingness of the two sides to grasp the changes in the market and adapt to the trends of the times. In the future, the two sides will further integrate our respective resource advantages to promote all-round cross-border e-commerce development in Manzhouli.”
Manzhouli is a city located in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China. It is China’s largest land port city with a border economic cooperation zone, a Sino-Russian mutual market trade zone, an international logistics industrial park, and more.